BELFAST – Aarhus Gallery in Belfast proudly presents the third installment of As If Stories, a live-performance series of readings by Maine actors of short stories by Maine writers at 7:00pm on Saturday, June 26th. The evening will feature two stories about immersing and emerging: â€śStrokesâ€ť by Gail R. Henningsen, read by Kristen Burkholder, and â€śFive Tuesdays In Winterâ€ť by Lily King, read by Lincoln Clapp. For more information go to aarhusgallery.com; for story submission guidelines, click on Submissions. Aarhus Gallery is located at 50 Main Street, Belfast. Open daily 10am â€“ 6pm , or by appointment, 338-0001.
Gail Henningsenâ€™s stories have appeared in The Bellevue Review, The Gettysburg Review, The Massachusetts Review, Passages North, and other literary journals. Kristen Burkholder has performed in numerous plays throughout Midcoast Maine, including at the Penobscot Theater in Bangor and the 15-Minute Play Festival in Belfast. She also writes for and performs in the New Vaudeville Revue, sings standards with the piano/vocal duo Tango, and is lead vocalist for the jazz quintet Luna Madidus.
Lily King is the author of the novels â€śThe Pleasing Hourâ€ť and â€śThe English Teacher,â€ť and has published short stories in Ploughshares, Glimmer Train and other literary reviews. Lincoln Clapp resides in Belfast, where he has appeared at The Playhouse Theater, most recently in â€śWild Mushrooms.â€ť He is also a singer/songwriter.
Contact Name: Aarhus Gallery
Telephone Number: 207-338-0001